Spontaneous Evolution, Grief Recovery, Holiday Healing & A Chant Concert (show 1344)

In Hour One, we have a spotlight with Wah! previewing her upcoming concert this Saturday night at BODY. While most well known for her upbeat interpretations of Sanskrit chants, Wah!’s range of music covers various styles of world music, pop and reggae. She has eleven solo albums to her credit and has performed widely in the yoga and meditation communities as well as at other global events. And we continue our interview and music series with songwriters Samuel Markus & Jen Thorington of The Morning Birds featuring their latest CD Inspiration Point.

Details Hour 1: Show Intro, Sponsors, Rosie’s Reading, Music Set #1, Sponsors, Spotlight: Wah!, Music Set #2, Sponsors, Bulletin Board #1, Spotlight: Sam Markus & Jen Thorington, Music Set #3, Sponsors.

In Hour Two, Russell Friedman, co-author with John W. James of The Grief Recovery Handbook: The Action Program for Moving Beyond Death, Divorce and Other Losses. Russell discuss myths about and practices for loss recovery along with some great suggestions for completing with those life traumas, big and small, that have haunted us or remind us of loss during the holiday season.

Details Hour Two: Featured Guest: Russell Friedman, Seg. #1, Sponsors, Featured Guest: Russell Friedman, Seg. #2, Sponsors, Singer Songwriter Music Set #4 with N.D., Sponsors

In Hour Three, we continue with author, humorist, political and cultural commentator, Steve Bhaerman aka Swami Beyondananda, as he engages in conversation about his new book Spontaneous Evolution: Our Positive Future (And A Way To Get There From Here) co-authored with Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D. It’s hard hitting science about the evolution that we are!

Details Hour Three: Bulletin Board #2, Featured Guest: Steve Bhaerman Seg. #3, Sponsors,  Music Set #5, Sponsors, Bulletin Board #3, Show Close and Preview of December6th Show, Music Set #6

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